If looks could kill . . .
During the president’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, Obama bragged that America’s military is still in great shape under his watch.
After proudly stating that we have the strongest military in the world, he waited for the predictable crowd response.
But cameras zoomed in to top U.S. military brass, who had a much different reaction.
Traditionally, the Joint Chiefs don’t engage in constant applause at SOTU addresses, but they do applaud when the mood strikes. Contrary to past claims, they are allowed to applaud. This was noted and proven by the Thomas More Law Center in a clip of a 2010 speech.
Need more proof?
When the message turned to the men and women of the military who serve, the group stood and joined the applause, but before that . . .
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